You have to be a master horror writer to have your monster talk in the first few chapters of a book. We dread what we don't understand at first. Keene's monster has his "villain dialogue" right up front, telling us his evil plan and defusing any scares this tale might have brought, if I'd been awake enough to continue. I'll add this to my long list of abandoned audiobooks.
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